Welcome to the City of Roses
Where city lights and mountain views are both within biking distance.
Our UO Portland campus is undergoing an exciting transition from Downtown to Northeast Portland. During the 2023/2024 academic year, student support and programming will be operating on both campuses to serve the needs of all UO Portland students.
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Old Town - White Stag Block
Since 2008, UO Portland has been operating out of the White Stag Block in Old Town, known for its Portland, Oregon White Stag rooftop sign. The Office of Student Life and Belonging is located in Suite 241 of the White Stag building.
Mailing Address: 70 NW Couch St, Portland, OR 97236
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 7am - 10pm
Saturday - Sunday 9am - 9pm
Northeast Portland Campus
UO Portland is moving to a new campus in Portland's Concordia neighborhood. During the 2023/2024 academic year, Student Life will be operating out of Suite 200 of the Library and Learning Center.
Mailing Address: 6385 NE 27th Ave, Portland, OR 97211
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday 7am - 9pm
Friday 7am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 6pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Driving a Car
At the Old Town campus, students, staff, and faculty have the option to park in the 220 NW Davis Parking Garage at a subsidized $6 daily rate. Located just two blocks from campus, this lot is open 24/7. Students can reserve parking using ParkChirp, or they can request bundles of 5 validations in advance. Students will receive email at the beginning of the term with instructions for the 220 Parking Garage.
There are also several public parking garages, as well as street parking, available near the Old Town campus for an unsubsidized hourly or daily rate.
The NE campus parking is free for the 2023-24 academic year. All motorized vehicles are required to obtain a no-cost virtual P-Zone parking permit through UO Transportation Services' online parking portal. Please see the Resource Guide for detailed parking maps.
Riding a Bike
Bicycles are allowed in buildings on both campuses. Students are encouraged to register bikes with the Department of Parking and Transportation and review Portland's bike laws. Consider wearing a helmet and using a secure U-shaped lock, as well as keeping a copy of your bike's serial number. You can register your bike through Project529.
The bicycle entrance to the White Stag building of the Old Town campus is located through the south door under the Burnside Bridge. This door is controlled by card key access and can be unlocked during regular campus hours using your student ID card. Bicycles can be carried down the stairs or up and down the freight elevator to the Bike Barn Storage Area in the basement. This storage is for daily use only, and any bikes stored long-term will be impounded. Bicycles are not allowed on any floor other than the basement.
Bike racks are available on the NW Couch Street sidewalk at the Old Town campus and in several locations on the NE campus.
Bike Share, E-Scooter, & Rideshare
Portland's BIKETOWN program has 1,000 bikes and 100 stations across downtown Portland and Portland's metro neighborhoods. There is a BIKETOWN sharing station on both the NE and the Old Town campuses. Rates are based on time of ride, and annual memberships are also available for purchase. Many students qualify for BIKETOWN for All, a reduced-price membership that offers unlimited and free 60-minute trips and other benefits.
Several electric scooter companies, such as Lime, Skip and Bird, are seasonally available for rent.
Numerous rideshare companies operate in Portland, such as car2go, Lyft, and Uber. Lyft Ride Smart at UO Portland offers student discounts on Lyft rides to and from campus. Students can receive $7 off up to four rides per month using this program.
Buses & Trains
TriMet (TriCounty Metropolitan District of Oregon) is the transit system for the Portland metropolitan area. The Old Town campus is located along the Red and Blue Max line, and is accessible by bus, MAX (Metropolitan Area Express) light rail, and WES (Westside Express Service) commuter rail. The NE campus is serviced by TriMet bus routes 17, 8, and 70, which stop near campus every 15 minutes or better most of the day, every day.
Portland Streetcar operates three lines around 16 miles of track in Portland's central city area.
Disclaimer: This list is provided for informational purposes only and does not serve as an endorsement by UO Portland. Students are encouraged to use their own good judgement when evaluating transportation methods
Kiss on Campus
Library & Learning Commons, Northeast Campus
Kiss Coffee will be opening Kiss on Campus in October of 2023! Located on the first floor of the Library and Learning Commons, Kiss Cafe's UO Portland location will serve coffee drinks, pastries, and grab-and-go food items. Get a sneak peek of their selection by visiting Kiss Coffee's brick-and-mortar location at 3016 NE Ainsworth St, just a seven-minute walk from campus.
White Stag, Old Town Campus
The Duck Store is a staple of our White Stag building! Although known for their UO merchandise, the Duck Store also has a mini market with food items, including sandwiches, snack packs, chips, and granola bars. And if you need an energy boost, you can order a drip coffee or espresso drink and a pastry from their countertop cafe.
Grab & Go
White Stag, Old Town Campus
The grab-and-go food selection on the second floor of White Stag offers quick snacks and drinks for students on campus. Restocked weekly, students can swing by before class, between workshops, or during their class break to get some goodies to-go.
Room 105, White Stag
Located next to the Duck Store on the Old Town campus, the Student lounge offers a designated student space for studying, chatting with friends, or sipping a cup of coffee or tea. The space offers a large conference table, whiteboard, library cart, lounge seating, and HD displays with HDMI connection.
The Duck Den
Room 203, Library & Learning Center
On our NE campus, students can kick back and relax in The Duck Den! This space combines the best of a recreation room and a student lounge. Students are invited to hang out with friends, play video games, watch UO athletic games and meets, play board games or even giant Jenga. The Duck Den also hosts our mini food pantry, equipped with shelf-stable food items and, on occasion, fresh produce.
The University of Oregon Police Department patrols campus buildings during open campus hours. Both Naito and White Stag buildings on the Old Town campus have a first-floor security desk inside the main entryways. On the NE campus, the security desk is located inside the entryway of the Library and Learning Center.
Students are encouraged to use the SafeWalk program when at the Old Town campus. SafeWalk is a security escort service for all students, staff, and faculty. To schedule, please call UO Portland security at 503-412-3696 at least 30 minutes before you plan to leave.
If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1.
For a nonemergency response, call:
NE Campus: 503-224-7383
Old Town Campus: 503-412-3696